Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Toyota Sales Fall as a Result of Obama Administration Harassment

Toyota Motor today estimated that it lost about 20,000 sales in the last week of January after it recalled millions of vehicles and temporarily stopped selling some of its most popular models. The recalls were made at the request of the Department of Transportation, and appear highly suspicious by some Toyota execs, given the extremely small number of vehicles that have experienced the gas pedal problem (under 200 out of some 1.8 million).

As a result of the harassment of Toyota, the bailout baby General Motors said its sales increased 14 percent. But even Obama Administration harassment of Toyota couldn't help Chrysler. It's sales decreased 8 percent.

If you want a good deal on a car right now, find a seller of a low mileage slightly used Toyota. Thank Obama and his cronies.

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